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Big Game Keto-Friendly Snacks

Score with these 6 keto-friendly snacks

This Sunday brings the big game, which means a party for most of us. Some of us go to these parties for the game, but let’s face it, if our team is not playing we are more so there to socialize and indulge in gluttonous foods.

The Super Bowl only comes around once a year, so you can treat the day as a cheat and be just fine. But for those of you keto-ers that want to stay on track, we put together 6 keto-friendly snacks that you can enjoy while watching the big game.

Just The Cheese Bars

Natural cheese oven baked to crisp, delicious perfection. Each bite is a golden gem of natural cheese that crunches. Made only with 100% all natural Wisconsin cheese. Less than 1 gram of carbohydrates in cheese, our crunchy baked cheese snacks are great low carb treat. Perfect Keto snack.


The perfect alternative to sugary chocolate bark. Packed with peanuts and protein crisps, creating a crunchy, decadent guilt-free snack FIT for you!


If you’re a fan of bananas, banana splits or banana hammocks, you’ll love this flavor! loaded with 11 grams of protein per serving plus added omega 3’s and 98% lactose free, Go ahead and go bananas!


FITCRUNCH high protein puffs are great for those  looking for a healthier alternative to satisfy their crunch and hunger; packed with 20 grams of superior protein while releasing intense flavor without any of the guilt. These puffs are fit-friendly, gluten free, non-GMO, soy free, have no sugar alcohols, no trans fats, no artificial flavors, no artificial colors and no artificial sweeteners.


With only one gram of total carbohydrates per serving, Souther Recipe Small Batch Pork Rinds are great for those seeking to follow a low carb, keto, or paleo lifestyle.

Boiled eggs

What more can we say. Your team stinks if they’re not in the big game and so will your snack.



Toss those potato chips and try this delicious recipe by Diet Doctor.


  • 2 zucchini
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • sea salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 250°F (120°C). Cut the zucchini into thin slices with a mandolin vegetable slicer, food processor, or cheese slicer. Place the slices on a large cutting board or a tea towel placed on the kitchen counter.
  2. Salt carefully and let sit for 10 minutes. Remove excess liquid with paper towels or a clean kitchen towel.
  3. Brush or spray oil on the zucchini. Place the slices on two baking sheets lined with parchment paper.
  4. Place the baking sheets in the oven and slowly cook them until the chips have turned a nice brown color. Set a timer and check after an hour. If they do not appear crisp, lower the heat to 150°F (75°C) or lower and continue to bake them until they look dry.

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